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#32 - captainfuckitall (05/13/2015) [-]
Mhmm, that's exactly what I mean. Whenever it comes to Superman Vs. Batman, the greatest default argument is "Superman is boring because he can do anything", almost as if Batman fans have NEVER read a Batman comic because he does literally anything he puts his mind to. That's exactly WHY he's a boring, uninteresting, flat character that hasn't developed in 70 years; because he never loses. Anything. Ever. And when he does it's in extreme circumstances as you said, and then he gets better and wins again in, I don't know, a week in comic time.
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#55 - zerosonaku (05/13/2015) [-]
actually of the many times that bats and supes have butted head (before injustice), batman has almost come up worse for wares after a round with supes.
Dark Knight Returns – Bats, after 20 years of planning, gets his ribs broke, his fancy suit torn to shreds, suffers a heart attack, and ends up in the ground. His entire plan relies on Superman holding back.
Hush – Bats breaks his hand & resorts to thug-level hostage tactics, while admiting he doesn’t stand a chance. Honestly, he just gets in one good punch (that breaks his hand) shortly after, Supes smashes through the street and effortlessly lifts a car in each hand, no worse for wear. His plan needlessly puts himself at risk and relied entirely on Clark holding back/being good, which he had no logical grounds on which the make that assumption… having a “gut feeling” that Clark can resist mind control does not constitute a good plan.
Red Son – Dies. Despite all his prep, he didn’t account for Superman’s allies, which he has in spades and certainly on a different power-level than- say- the Bat Family. If anything is true of Supes, it’s that he has many friends that would readily risk life and limb for his sake- heck, in the regular universe, Batman considers himself one of that number… any plan meant to take Supes out has to take into account his allies, friends, family, robots, pets, etc.
Babel – Years of planning on how to stop a rogue Superman… result: an expensive synthetic rock that makes Superman MORE powerful (and doesn’t even prevent him from using his powers with surgical precision). Wow. Brilliant.
Superman/Batman #2 – Owned. This is in Batman’s home turf, the ideal situation to combat Superman and to enact all the theoretical plans his fans have long believed he has against a rogue Superman… but the result? Bruce isn’t even Future Supes’s target yet he’s a breath away from death if not for a save from present-day Supes.
Lex Luthor:Man of Steel – Batman with kryptonite and prep, defeated handily by Superman. Arguably one of the most realistic portrayals of how Supes could still defeat Batman without instantly killing him regardless of Bat-prep.
Superman: King of The World – Batman with prep and kryptonite fails to stop Superman from being able to crush his throat… only with the intervention of Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter is Supes stopped. Here we see danger of Superman with limited prep, the legions of his similarly powered Superman robots.
Sacrifice – Again, Batman, king of protocols, the man entrusted with the Kryptonite ring as a symbol of trust and the express responsibility of stopping Superman should he go rogue by Superman himself… finds himself in said situation and instead of pulling out “always prepared anti-Supes plan” finds himself beaten to near death saved only by the Plot Gods.
Infinite Crisis – After the last beating, you’d think Batman would create more comprehensive plans for taking out Superman and/or Superman-class enemies. Granted Kal-L is probably levels above them, but in terms of Anti-SuperBrick Planning, once again, Bruce fails… his entire defense the Kryptonite ring. Even if it were Kal-El and not Kal-L, it’s highly questionable whether the ring alone would have been able to stop a motivated rogue Superman considering Supes has wielded the ring himself when fighting other Super-persons. If Batman were truly the master of planning and prep, this certainly should have been taken into consideration.
#59 - anon (05/13/2015) [-]
every one of these are simple fact, batman knows he cant fight superman straight up and superman is one of maybe two people he can not bring himself to go all out Dark Knight, the other generally being Diana in the justice league universe, cat woman in the other . the self doubt cripples his ability to plan and adapt its his fear, one of his two weaknesses in this match up. as batman's truest friend and most trusted ally, he has batman's hesitancy. this makes any plan he has null and void because his plans rely on precise execution and prediction. even in injustice he hesitates to stop superman when he knows he has to, and that moment allows superman to go completely apeshit. if batman wasnt friends with superman he would be in a much better position to stop him.
also, in dark knight returns, Bruce doesnt die he faked the death the whole time and the as for the fight he just wanted to remind superman he could be beaten and not to interfere as a final act of friendship he didnt give ollie a lethal dosage of kryptonite
#39 - anon (05/13/2015) [-]
I'm no comic explain but these arguments come up often and guess what?
Batman Loses all the fucking time.
People die, People turn evil, He dies, his mom is evil etc. etc.
Do not even try that bullshit "Batman is OP 2 Hurr Durr"
#44 - captainfuckitall (05/13/2015) [-]
If people dying and allies turning evil is all it takes to lose, then Superman is by no means a Mary Sue either and loses all the time.
Show us a comic where Batman was in the wrong.
Show us a comic where Batman screws up beyond repair.
Show us a comic where Batman actually and seriously needs help and admits to it.
Show us a comic where he fails utterly and it sets him back canonically.
#56 - zerosonaku (05/13/2015) [-]
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#95 - zerosonaku (05/13/2015) [-]
That common pepe wasnt me. As far as "main" universe goes, new 52 is the current one. If we are going by main universe, then Infinite crisis and everything before it , is not canon. of the 9 story arcs i gave 5 where/are "main universe", the other 4 are "alternate universes"
#36 - anon (05/13/2015) [-]
It seems to stem from the fact that Batman is purely human, at least biologically, and is thus more relatable than an incredibly powerful being like Superman. The comics and movies often make note of Bruce's rigorous training, which somewhat explains his apex strength and genius, though it doesn't elaborate much on the origins of his indomitable willpower. He's arguably the only human with the brains and access to the proper tools to dispose of practically every other hero among him while still retaining the "I'm still technically a human like you so I'm not over powered! It's actually the rest of these heroes who're OP because they weren't written with near limitless intelligence and tactical thought!" card. It's indefensibly annoying.
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#137 - plazmaflare (03/23/2015) [-]
Actually there is a method called rotation cropping, which is more beneficial. You can look it up for a better understanding, but the basics of it is that I can plant one crop that will primarily consume a nutrient like Ammonia in the soil, yes? So then after those crops are harvested we plant legumes, which help put ammonia back into the soil through taking nitrogen from the air.
Now if we just have one plant that consumes Ammonia and a cow, the cow does pee and poop back ammonia back into the soil, but it's only returning the small portion of what it eaten. Im not sure if i explained this well, if you have any questions, please ask. It's been a while since I've learned this, or even thought about it.